Crowned by the annual Legacy Awards presentation and gala, celebrating the achievements of iconic black women, this is simply the world’s greatest executive leadership event for women business leaders of color. If you are determined to maximize your professional potential while achieving your quality-of-life goals, Women of Power was created to inspire and empower you.
June 6 – 9, 2018
Charlotte Convention Center
Gain access to the connections, financing, resources and strategic insight you need to launch and grow your dream business. This is the must-attend event for aspiring business owners, startup founders, and established entrepreneurs looking for new money-making and growth opportunities for their ventures.
August 29 – September 2, 2018
PGA National Resort & Spa
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Highlighted by The XCEL Awards: An Extraordinary Celebration of Excellence and Leadership, this is a festive recognition of the contributions and achievements of black men. Set against a backdrop of fun, relaxation, and top-notch entertainment, this is the end-of-summer blowout for men and the women who love them.
October 8 & 9, 2018
If you are looking to find your fortune as an entrepreneur, investor, or professional in tech, this gathering of influencers and industry leaders from Silicon Valley and beyond is for you. And the one-of-a-kind HBCU Hackathon will be bigger and better than ever! It all kicks off October 8 – 9, 2018 at the San Francisco Marriott Waterfront Hotel.
June 13-18 Miami Beach, FL
The American Black Film Festival (ABFF) is an annual event dedicated to showcasing quality film and television content by and about people of African descent. Whether you are a passionate cinephile or an ambitious talent looking for opportunity in front of or behind the camera, ABFF is the unparalleled event you can’t miss.
An MBA is the spice that can add flavor to your career; the perfect ingredient for career enhancers and career switchers who are seeking to get a leg up on their career. Here are four tips to get you closer to an MBA.
Barry Word retired from the NFL and knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur. After 20 years in landscaping, he shared why he decided to purchase a franchise.
In a guest editorial, Erica TG Warren, CEO of marketing agency Creation Speak, tells executive men how their sexual behavior at work is hurting everyone
“It will never work out—that name, it’s just too raunchy.” That was the feedback Patrick Ali Glanville and Kristin Parker first received when they launched their online chocolate company, 3 Some Chocolates.
Danielle Poux is a pastry chef as well as the the founder and owner of Danielle’s Desserts, dessert cafés located in McLean, Virginia and in Washington, DC. The pastry-focused enterprise opened in April of 2010, and offers an array of “home-baked” Southern-style desserts.